Edited by Richard Leo Enos and David E. Beard
With Sarah L. Yoder and Amy K. Hermanson
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978-1-60235-037-3 (paperback, $34); 978-1-60235-038-0 (hardcover, $65); 978-1-60235-039-7 (PDF, $19.99). © 2007 by Parlor Press. 436 pages with illustrations, notes, and bibliographies.
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Advances in the History of Rhetoric: The First Six Years is a comprehensive collection of 29 scholarly essays published during the first phase of the journal’s history. Research from prominent and developing scholars that was once difficult to acquire is now offered in a coherent and comprehensive collection that is complemented by a detailed index and unified bibliography. This collection covers a range of periods and topics in the history of rhetoric, including Greek and Roman rhetoric, rhetoric and religion, women in the history of rhetoric, rhetoric and science, Renaissance and British rhetorical theory, rhetoric and culture, and the development of American rhetoric and composition. The editors, Richard Leo Enos and David E. Beard, provide a preface and afterword that synthesize the mission and meaning of this work for students and scholars of the history of rhetoric.
About the Editors
Richard Leo Enos is Professor and Holder of the Lillian Radford Chair of Rhetoric & Composition - History of Rhetoric at Texas Christian University.
David E. Beard is Assistant Professor of Writing Studies at the University of Minnesota, Duluth.
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